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Jan.14, 2019
Alango Technologies at CES 2019
CES 2019 in Photos. Jan.8-11, Sands Expo, Las Vegas, NV.
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Apr.30, 2018
Alango Technologies at AAA 2018
AAA 2018 | April 18-21 | Nashville, TN | #AAAConf18. Alango Technologies was demonstrating its Wear & Hear line of personal hearing products including BeHear® NOW...
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Apr.26, 2018
Alango @ CDM Live EMEA 2018
We are honored to take part in the event that brings together Cadence® technology users, developers, and industry experts for networking, sharing best practices on critical design and verification issues, and discovering new techniques for designing advanced silicon, SoCs, and systems. We will discuss the reasons to use dedicated DSP cores in the IoT and the Automotive SOCs...
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Mar.8, 2018
Alango Technologies at #MWC18
Photos & video from Mobile World Congress 2018, Feb.28-Mar.1, Fira Barcelona Gran Via.
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Jan.28, 2018
1D VEP – Linear Microphone Array
A new linear microphone array iteration of Alango’s Voice Enhancement Package (VEP), which functions as an ASR pre-processor, has been released. The previous iteration of VEP – utilizing 2D microphone array beamforming - targets smart speaker applications. The new “1D VEP”, typically with 4 or more microphones positioned in one line, includes stereo acoustic echo cancellation and far-field beamforming – with auxiliary tools for direction extrapolation. 1D VEP is particularly suitable for implementation in a voice controlled TV, especially since the geometry of a TV does not typically lend itself to accommodate placement of a 2D microphone array.
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Aug.7, 2017
Sound Processing in Smart Home Devices – The System Approach
Speech, as the most natural way we express ourselves, has tremendous potential as a method of human-machine interface. Speech recognition technologies have improved significantly but are still dependent on factors that influence the signal to “noise” ratio...
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Feb.23, 2017
Alango Technolohies presents Wear & Hear line
To address the needs of the huge potential market of over 700 million hearing impaired users worldwide, Alango Technologies, Ltd., a leading supplier of voice and audio enhancement technologies for the communication and entertainment markets, launched its “Wear & Hear” line of personalized hearing products. The Wear & Hear line provides an alternative to hearing aids, which are used by less than 10% of those who need hearing assistance worldwide due to a combination of high prices, limited functionality, and associated stigma.
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Jan.24, 2017
Our Posts

We recently added a section to our website called “Our Posts”. This is a place for members of Alango to express what is on our mind with regard to the technology we provide to the world. “Our Posts” are typically informal. Sometimes we provide cultural or personal anecdotes with historic undertones that relate in some way to our technology. Other times we discuss important developments in the industry or even key regulatory issues that represent a significant change in the world of voice, hearing, or audio. Alango’s slogan is “DSP Technologies for Life” because the technologies we supply enhance communications enriching the human experience. This is a way of life for us and maybe you too. So please take a look at our posts and feel free to send a comment.

Dec.14, 2008

Alango's unique Automatic Volume and eQualization for Music and Entertainment (AVQ-Me™) technology is now availabel for headsets based on BlueCore5 Multimedia. Enjoying music in a mobile environment is often spoiled by strong, dynamically changing ambient noises. Volume and equalizer settings optimal for specific conditions quickly become not optimal or even uncomfortable. Trains, subway, buses are just a few examples of such dynamic environments. AVQ-Me™ technology significantly enhances mobile listener's experience by automatic compensation for changes in the ambient noise level and spectrum. The built-in microphone of a stereo headset is used to monitor the ambient noise conditions and the audio signal is amplified and equalized accordingly. You don't need to touch the sound controls again!

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